Harris, Artie Missie

Birth Name Harris, Artie Missie
Gender female
Age at Death 62 years, 10 months, 30 days

Narrative

Death certificate for Robert Byington has name as Melissa Harris.

Events

Event Date Place Description Sources
Birth 27 May 1863 Bonne Terre, St. Francois, Missouri, United States of America    
Census 1 Jun 1870 Union, Ste. Genevieve, Missouri, United States of America Job C. Harris Household, 1870 Census 1a

Page No.: 14

Minor Civil Division: Union township

County of: Ste. Genevieve

State of: Missouri

Enumeration Date: 3 August 1870

Post Office: Oak Ridge

Line No.: 32-39

Family No.: 88

Name: Harris, Vinia

Age: 6

Sex: F

Color: W

Place of birth: Missouri

Census 1 Jun 1880 Union, Ste. Genevieve, Missouri, United States of America Job C. Harris Household, 1880 Census 2a

Page No.: 2

Supervisor's Dist. No.: 2

Enumeration Dist. No.: 136

Minor Civil Division: Union township

County of: Ste. Genevieve

State of: Missouri

Enumeration Date: 1 & 2 June 1880

Line No.: 42-47

Family No.: 19

Name: Harris, Artie

Color: W

Sex: F

Age: 16

Relationship to head: daughter

Single: /

Attended school within the census year: /

Place of birth: Missouri

Place of birth of father: Kentucky

Place of birth of mother: Missouri

Census 1 Jun 1900 Union, Ste. Genevieve, Missouri, United States of America Henry Byington Household, 1900 Census 3a
Census 15 Apr 1910 St. Louis, Missouri, United States of America Henry L. Byington Household, 1910 Census 4a

State (or Territory) of: Missouri

Supervisor's Dist. No.: 10

Enumeration Dist. No.: 111

Sheet No.: 11B

City, Town, Village: St. Louis

Ward of city: 7

Enumeration Date: 26-28 April 1910

Name: Byington, Artie M.

Relationship to head: wife

Sex: F

Color: W

Age: 45

Single, married, widowed or divorced: M

Years of present marriage: 30

Mother of how many children: 7

Number of children living: 6

Place of birth: Missouri

Place of birth of father: Missouri

Place of birth of mother: Missouri

Able to speak English; if not, language spoken: English

Occupation: none

Able to read: yes

Able to write: yes

Census 1 Jan 1920 Union, Ste. Genevieve, Missouri, United States of America Henry L. Byington Household, 1920 Census 5a

State (or Territory) of: Missouri

County of: Ste. Genevieve

Supervisor's Dist. No.: 11

Enumeration Dist. No.: 157

Page No.: 3B

Division of County: Union township

Enumeration Date: 7 January 1920

Name: Byington, Artie M.

Relationship to head: wife

Sex: F

Color: W

Age: 55

Single, married, widowed or divorced: M

Able to read: yes

Able to write: yes

Place of birth: Missouri

Place of birth of father: Kentucky

Place of birth of mother: Missouri

Able to speak English: yes

Occupation: none

Death 26 Apr 1926 St. John’s Hospital, St. Louis, Missouri, United States of America   6a
Event Note

LEAD BELT NEWS, Flat River, St. Francois Co. MO, Fri. April 30, 1926

MRS. H. L. BYINGTON

Mrs. H. L. Byington died at St. John's Hospital in St. Louis Monday, April 26, 1926, at ten-twenty P.M., age sixty-one years, eleven months and six days. Mrs. Byington had been sick since last September and, on April 18, she was taken to St. Louis, where she underwent a serious surgical operation from which she never fully rallied.

Artie M. Harris, daughter of Job C. and Mary Jane Harris, was born in Ste. Genevieve County May 20, 1864. She was converted at the age of fifteen years and united with the Three Rivers Baptist Church and remained a member there until moving to Flat River, where she joined the Flat River Baptist Church.

She was united in marriage to H. L. Byington December 23, 1880. To this union, seven children were born, George of Desloge, Marvin of Three Rivers, Della (Mrs. Lawrence Cunningham) of Los Angeles, Calif., R. Lee of Flat River, Alyne (Mrs. C. B. Smith) of St. Louis, Paul of St. Louis and Myrtle, who died in infancy. Besides these children and her husband, she leaves one sister, Mrs. Anne Edwards of St. Louis, and one brother, Bud Harris of Salem, to mourn her death.

The funeral services were conducted by her pastor, the Rev. E. D. Owen, at the Baptist church in Flat River Thursday, April 29, 1926, at two o'clock. Interment was made at the Masonic Cemetery in Farmington.

Mrs. Byington had lived practically all her life in this county where she had many friends. She was a good neighbor, a loving mother and a faithful Christian. Although she suffered much, she bore it with patience. Truly it can be said she was a good woman. The News extends sincere sympathy to the bereaved family.

Burial 29 Apr 1926 Parkview Cemetery, Farmington, St. Francois, Missouri, United States of America    

Parents

Relation to main person Name Birth date Death date Relation within this family (if not by birth)
Father Harris, Job Clifton23 Dec 18316 Jun 1907
Mother Vandiver, Mary Janeabout Apr 1833
    Sister     Harris, Mary Ann 22 Jun 1855 31 Jan 1938
    Sister     Harris, Frances K. about 1857
    Brother     Harris, George Allen 19 Dec 1858 17 Jun 1948
         Harris, Artie Missie 27 May 1863 26 Apr 1926
    Sister     Harris, Dixie about 1867
    Brother     Harris, Thomas about 1869
    Sister     Harris, Martha Lucille 18 May 1870 6 Jul 1917
    Brother     Harris, Bud
 
Stepfather Thurman, Georgeabout 1827
Mother Vandiver, Mary Janeabout Apr 1833

Families

Family of Byington, Henry Lafayette and Harris, Artie Missie

Married Husband Byington, Henry Lafayette ( * 20 Jun 1859 + 6 Dec 1942 )
   
Event Date Place Description Sources
Marriage 23 Dec 1880      
  Children
Name Birth Date Death Date
Byington, George Elmer25 Apr 188421 Jun 1958
Byington, Marvin Lafayette14 Apr 188710 Nov 1987
Byington, Adelia Mae28 Jul 188828 May 1994
Byington, Robert Lee2 Jan 18928 Jul 1957
Byington, Sintha A.about Sep 1896
Byington, Alyneabout 1898
Byington, Myrtleabout 1901about 1903
Byington, Paul28 Sep 190314 Mar 1977

Family Map

Family Map

Source References

  1. U.S. 1870 Federal Census
      • Date: 1 Jun 1870
      • Page: Missouri, Union township, Ste. Genevieve county, Page 14, Lines 32-39
      • 1870 Census, Union township, Ste. Genevieve county, Missouri
  2. U.S. 1880 Federal Census
      • Date: 1 Jun 1880
      • Page: Missouri, Supervisor's District 2, Enumeration District 136, Page 2, Lines 42-47
      • 1880 Census, Union township, Ste. Genevieve county, Missouri
  3. U.S. 1900 Federal Census
      • Date: 1 Jun 1900
      • Page: Supervisor's District 10, Enumeration District 107, Sheet 5B
  4. U.S. 1910 Federal Census
      • Date: 15 Apr 1910
      • Page: Missouri, Supervisor's District 10, Enumeration District 111, Ward 7, Sheet 11B, Lines 72-80
      • 1910 Census, St. Louis, Missouri
  5. U.S. 1920 Federal Census
      • Date: 1 Jan 1920
      • Page: Missouri, Supervisor's District 11, Enumeration District 157, Sheet 3B, Lines 84-86
      • 1920 Census, Union township, Ste. Genevieve county, Missouri
  6. Missouri State Archives: Missouri Digital Heritage : Death Records Certificates
      • Page: 1926-14857
      • Death Certificate, Artie Missie Byington

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